Spacious naturally-lit room and green balcony in the heart of the quiet and picturesque neighborhood of Neve Tzedek.
A great place to relax at the end of a long day..or all day. Great atmosphere for chilling or working on your next novel.
Conveniently located with a huge variety of cafes, restaurants, pubs and clubs all around.
Walking time in minutes to:
Beach - 10
(The awesome) Carmel Market - 7
Rothschild Boulevard, (the cute) Nahalat Binyamin, (also cute) Yemenites' Vineyard - 10
The 2-bedroom apartment is situated on the first floor of an old three-story building on a quiet tree-lined street. The room is spacious (4X4 meters) and its high ceiling and antique colored floor tiles give it a unique feel. The room has a ceiling fan, central AC, a huge closet and window shutters that shut all the way.
From my own travelling experience, I think staying in an environment that allows you be comfortable and feel at home makes all the difference.
Large fridge, oven, electric stove-top, microwave, toaster, electric kettle, pots, pans and cooking/eating utensils
Feel free to use the balcony for eating, drinking, yoga, meditation, exercise or just for chilling. Also, feel free to pick herbs for your cooking/tea needs.
- Speedy WiFi
- Washing machine (located in the kitchen area) and laundry hanger
- AC is operated from the other bedroom, which you may freely enter for that purpose when I'm not around. If I'm there, just ask - I'm not picky about it at all.
- Electric boiler for shower; turn it on for 5-15 mins and you're set. After the magical experience, don't forget to turn it back off :).
I'm mostly out of the house on weekdays but will be glad to chat and advise. Being a bit of a traveler myself I enjoy exchanging experiences.
- Smoking is allowed only in the balcony. Ask me for more information.
I'm Uri (OO-ri), great choice choosing to visit TLV ;).
I'm originally from the south of Israel, near Be'er Sheva though I've lived for a few years in the US growing up.
I like to travel (sometimes) and my last time abroad was India in 2016 which a really good experience.
I make my living as a mechanical engineer, specializing in fluids mechanics.
In my free time I like to work out (running, pilates, basketball, beginner SUPist..), play my ukulele and (slowly) read. Oh, and dip in the sea around sunset.
Time and time again life has shown me that it is usually better to say than not say. I encourage you to voice any questions, advice, criticism (or compliments) or anything else you may have - I am open to all of these and welcome two-way candid clear communication for the benefit of all involved.